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Disruptive Innovation and the Way We Learn

by WGBH

Published 2008


Clayton Christensen, professor, business administration, Harvard

Clayton Christensen discusses his model of disruptive innovation and its application to the field of education.

Clayton M. Christensen is the Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School, with a joint appointment in the technology and operations management, and general management faculty groups. His research and teaching interests center on managing innovation and creating new growth markets. Author of numerous books, the most well known of which is The Innovator's Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book that Will Change the Way You Do Business, Christensen is considered the world's leading authority of innovation management and disruptive innovation.

Copyright 2008 Clayton Christensen

PBS | NPR Forum Network program with WGBH Lectures

2008 Jan 11


Producer WGBH
Production Company WGBH Forum Network
Audio/Visual sound, color

Reviews

Reviewer: tawa - - April 25, 2009
Subject: Comment on topic and lecture
An excellent insight into past failures and perhaps we can learn to avoid those kinds of failures in the future. I believe education is on a new trend and the old traditional structure will one day collapse entirely. I wonder though, how much of this new age thinking is being filtered through to developing countries? Would it not be cost concentric to start now, so they will not be playing catch up later?
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